Patient Appointment Reminder is out! This feature adds $20,000-$70,000 value to your Dental Practice!

Surveys report up to 10% of dental appointments are cancelled, adding up to a significant cost. In fact, if a practice loses one appointment each day for a year, the lost production would be in the range of $20,000 to $70,000!

‘Dental EMR’ has found another way to help your office be more efficient and ensure that your patients show up on time! With Patient Appointment Reminders, your patients will never miss another appointment. Rather than losing $20,000 to $70,000, this high-value feature will put $20,000-$70,000/year into your pocket.  Moreover, because the system will notify the patient of their upcoming appointment and will also let your office staff know with a timestamp that the patient has confirmed, this saves times for your receptionist from having to call to remind the patient.

We have more exciting features in our pipeline that will help your office boost its production and increase its bottom-line revenue! Contact us to find out how we can help your dental office!

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Is it time for the cloud to come to your practice?

Check out this recent article in “Dental Economics” about why your practice should go “cloud”. Here is the link: Web-based Dental Practice Management Software

“Dental EMR” is entirely web-based which means you can securely access your office anytime, anywhere and from any device.  By being on the cloud, you’ll never ever again have to worry about backups; or spending money on equipment upgrades, networking, updating your systems, or on IT.  In turn, you gets to save lots of money, eliminate headaches, save time and be more productive!  It’s quick, fast and easy to take advantage of all the perks of “Dental EMR”!  If you want to learn more about how your new or existing office can benefit, set up a FREE consult at  and we’ll go over all the ways your new/current office can save money and boost your dental office income.

Save Money Instantly With “Dental EMR”

When considering an electronic health record system solution, the Total Cost of Ownership must be evaluated. For example, this includes initial investments such as IT-related infrastructure and long term maintenance costs. Because “Dental EMR” is a cloud based system, those particular costs do not exist! We invite you to review a recent study that examined the effects of Total Cost of Ownership from the perspective of dental schools:

“Dental EMR” Roadmap – Join, Follow and Contribute

Our roadmap is live at:
Join our roadmap now and chime in to share your feedback & requests so that we can tailor and customize “Dental EMR” towards your needs. You can also see what features are in the pipeline and comment on which ones you’d like to see integrated. Monitor in real-time which requested features we’re tackling that will be automatically updated to the cloud-based dental practice management software. We want you part of the equation and this enables you to collaborate and be an integral part of the team and our building process.‪#‎dentist‬ ‪#‎dentistry‬ ‪#‎dental‬ ‪#‎endodontist‬

Get Involved with “Dental EMR”

Are you a dentist? If so, get involved with ‘Dental EMR’!
We’re looking to tailor and customize the practice management software, Dental EMR, towards the needs and desires of dentists like you in order to shape it towards what matters most: saving you lots of time and eliminating the headaches of running a practice and boosting productivity to help you make more money! We want your input. Send us a quick email to and we’ll add you to our tight-knit clan! ‪#‎dentists‬‪#‎dentistry‬ ‪#‎endodontist‬

New Mandate Extending Dental Patient Record Storage to 6 Years!

For those dental practices who store patient charts through a practice management software (that is server-based) or still the old-fashioned way in cabinets, a new rule was passed today in Washington State which requires offices to retain records from 5 years to 6 years. More and more states are requiring longer retention of patient records so it is important for your practice to stay ahead of the curve.

What does this all mean for your dental office that is still using paper charts or using an existing server-based dental practice management software?  This new mandate will require you to expand your storage space. But more importantly, if you are using another practice management software tool, then this precipitates to having to purchase bigger storage devices, maintaining larger backups and more liability for keeping records for longer periods. So even as your state may start enforcing longer retention of patient records, the beauty of “Dental EMR” is that since it is uniquely a “cloud-based” system, you won’t have to worry about a thing since we handle all your storage and backups for you at no additional cost. This ultimately saves you time, money and headaches! This is one of many reasons why many dentists feel that “Dental EMR” is worth every penny


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